Singer-songwriter and musician Wrabel returns with 'I Want You'
Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and musician Stephen Wrabel recently dropped an exciting new track called 'I Want You'.
The rising star has made quite an impression on the music world already as his song 'Ten Feet Tall' was remixed by Afrojack and used in a Bud Light advert that premiered during the Super Bowl to an audience of more than 108 million viewers. He also co-wrote Adam Lambert's 'Nirvana', which features on the deluxe edition of the singer's 2012 'Trespassing' album.
Barry Weiss, Island Def Jam Music Group's chairman, and Karen Kwak, the CEO and Executive Vice President/Head of A&R, signed him on the spot after hearing him perform at the Pulse Recording office. Speaking about being snapped up by such a prestigious label, Wrabel explained that it was amazing:
"It felt like that old-school thing where an artist walks into the record label chief’s office, sings two lines, and the record company chief makes it rain. Barry said, ‘You are what I’ve been waiting for since I got to the label, this is a no-brainer.’ I called my mom from the bathroom full-on crying. After the deal was done, I got to buy her a nice present, so that was good. It feels like my future is wide open.”
Check out Wrabel's 'I Want You' below:
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